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When London was hit by suicide bombers in July 2005, the dirty little secret was finally out. Great Britain had been the European hub of Islamist extremism for more than a decade. Under the noses of British intelligence, a network of terrorists and their sympathizers had used Britain to plot, finance, recruit and train for atrocities in the United States and around the world. The scale of this activity was so large that exasperated European security agencies dubbed Britain's capital city Londonistan.
Publisher: New York : Encounter Books, 2006
ISBN: 9781594031441
Branch Call Number: 363.32 PHI
Characteristics: xxv, 213 p. ; 24 cm


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Mark Melnychuk
Sep 22, 2015

Very one-sided book. Yes, I agree with the author about the threat Muslims pose for any western society. I disagree with Phillips' contention that Israel, or the US, are innocent and unjustly vilified. Muslims have reason to be angry and some fanatics are bound to take innocent lives, so keep them out. Phillips is a Jewess so unsurprisingly she takes the Israeli's side. Besides her bias, her arguments, though predictable, are disorganized and hard to follow. Can't the EPL do a better job of screening obviously poor quality books?

Sep 10, 2015

and here she is: . . . . . . .
and . . .
“Poor beleaguered Melanie Phillips!” . . . from: Why Evolution is True
and . . .
“Melanie Phillips: Crank magnetism in action on evolution and vaccines” from ScienceBlogs . . . . .
and . . .
“Melanie Phillips is at it again” . . .from: . . . Weeding Out the Idiots . .
and . . .
“The Madness of Melanie Phillips” . . .from: . . . Angry Mob . . .

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